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To tattoo or not to tattoo?

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This era has become more into the permanent ink status quo. Years ago, it was natural for a man to have his armed forces emblem tattooed somewhere on his arm. It was another way for those who fought for this country to make a stand about who and what he was about. I refer to men predominantly, because it wasn’t the time for women to be actively engaged in the war. Women back then were more worried about their hair, their skin, their make-up and their clothes. It seems the thought of putting something on their bodies would cost them a potential mate or their vanity alone.

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